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Getting ready for the YETIE

Getting ready for the YETIE

Lenna Peterson, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

This May 4-13, forensics students at BHHS will have the opportunity to cultivate their public speaking skills as well as continue to grow within their individual categories through the Year End Tournament for Individual Events (YETIE). Organized by the Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association (MIFA), t...

Where in the world is Watson?

Where in the world is Watson?

Lenna Peterson, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

Starting on March 17th, 2020, Superintendent Pat Watson began a new series on Bloomfield Hills Schools TV called, ‘’Where in the world is Watson?” aiming to produce learning-filled episodes of exploration through which he can interact with the community.  Each week, Mr. Watson ‘’travels’’ ...

Inspiring students through the Eastern Market

Inspiring students through the Eastern Market

Ryanne Leonard, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

In September of 2019, visual arts students ventured to the Eastern Market in Downtown Detroit to take inspiration from murals throughout the area to use in their own artwork. The market holds an annual event entitled Murals in the Market, in which both local and global muralists convene to paint the ...

Marching band finishes season

Marching band finishes season

Seth Kruger, Staff Writer

November 29, 2019

The lights shone brightly on the football field on October 7 as the marching band took the field for their biggest performance of the 2019 marching season. This was the night of the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association (MSBOA) Marching Band Festival, where marching bands from numerous schools tra...

ITS haunted theatre held

ITS haunted theatre held

Cassandra English, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

Over 100 students contributed to the third annual International Thespian Society’s (ITS) Haunted Theatre Fundraiser, which occurred on Friday, October 18. This event takes up the entire performing arts wing with Halloween-themed decor, actors in scary makeup, and haunted scenes all working to scare any...

2019 Black Hawk Games

Seniors show their support for their classmates during the Games.

Erin Schwartz, Photographer

October 4, 2019

2019 Pep Rally

The cheerleaders perform their halftime show for the students.

Erin Schwartz, Photographer

October 4, 2019

Student Insight into the Audition Process Behind Fiddler on the Roof

Bloomfield Hills Schools

Cassandra English, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Around 110 people auditioned from September 9 through 11 for this year’s fall musical, Fiddler on the Roof, and of that, over 95 were cast; contrasting last year’s production of Cinderella, which had a cast of over 70. Though not as high a caliber as a Broadway audition, these auditions include dancing, singi...

A Cup of Java

A Cup of Java

Natasha Mehta, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

Waking up for school is hard, bottom line. With homework, sports, chores, and enough time for YouTube, some part of our lives has to be allocated less time, this typically being sleep. For many teenagers, the only thing that gets them through the morning is a nice, tall glass of coffee. With this in h...

UMatter: “One Thing I Wish You Knew”

UMatter:

Jonah Stone, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

With mental health issues becoming increasingly prevalent in the lives of teens today, UMatter, a teen board focused on fighting the stigma surrounding mental health, is looking to educate as many people as possible on mental health concerns.   On March 14th, UMatter is holding an event a...

Take the Hawkeye February Issue QUIZ!

Take the Hawkeye February Issue QUIZ!

Evan Stern, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2019

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